Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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THEATER REVIEW | 'THREE SISTERS'

Forget Moscow; These Sisters Are More the Wal-Mart Type By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON
The director Pavol Liska opts for a loud, heavy-handed and very modern sarcasm in his stylishly updated interpretation of Chekhov's play.

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Three Sisters

Reviewed By: David Finkle

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The Siegel Column

Praise for Audra McDonald's American Songbook concert. Plus: Hal Linden in The Pirates of Penzance and O'Connor & Vogel in How to be Perfect.

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The Pirates of Penzance

Reviewed By: Marc Miller

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If you come to dinner, bring your Cliffs Notes BY GORDON COX

The unlikeliest fixture of Off-Broadway this winter is Semyon Zakharovich Marmeladov, the drunkard who gets run over by a horse-drawn carriage in "Crime and Punishment."

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Gaps in 'Mountain' make it a mere hill By Don Shirley

Christopher Shinn's play explores the psychological ripples left in the wake of a young celebrity's death, but many questions remain unanswered.

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Tricks of the Trade

Review by Warren Hoffman
Well finally, gay men can stop complaining that there isn't an "Afterschool Special" for them.

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The Winning Streak

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Monty Python's Spamalot

Review by John Olson

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A witch tested by fire By PETER D. KRAMER

Shoshana Bean interview.
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link.

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NYC

On Justice, in Politics and on Stage By CLYDE HABERMAN
Gov. George Pataki could have given his talk on crime-fighting an interesting twist by denouncing Broadway values - theater that is soft on serious crime.

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PLAYBILL ON-LINE'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER with Alan Ruck

Audiences around the country over the past year saw a new side of Alan Ruck, the actor best known for "Spin City" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."

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The Whole Jolly Lot By Bob Thompson

In P.G. Wodehouse's World, Things Are Tiptop And Topsy-Turvy. Just Ask His Biographer.

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A Scholar of the Outr Returns to Shakespearean Basics By DINITIA SMITH

Taking a detour from modern bisexuality to Elizabethan drama, Marjorie Garber describes her new book of Shakespeare essays as "old-fashioned."

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Wherefore Homer?

Fed up with the standard Shakespeare? Bored by the Bard? A glance at the cast breakdown of Machomer might clue you in that you're about to witness a new twist on an old classic. The characte…

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Cue You By Jean Schiffman

What do stage managers want?

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LIZ SMITH

'SPAMALOT' SINGS, SURPRISES

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PAGE SIX

EARLY DEBUT

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Hall of Fame By: Brian Scott Lipton

Sir Peter Hall on his critically acclaimed production of As You Like It, soon to play at BAM.

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Harold & Maude: The Musical

Review by Eric Grode

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Broadway Grosses: Jan. 3-9

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Biz soars; 'Shook' 721g

Road grosses jumped a huge 36.6% to $14,978,801 during Week 31 (Dec. 27-Jan. 2) as six shows returned to the boards after a Christmas hiatus.

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Obituary: Hugh Hastings by Dennis Barker

Hugh Hastings, who has died aged 87, made theatre history with his one hit, the naval comedy Seagulls Over Sorrento. It opened at London's Apollo Theatre in 1950 and ran for 1,551 performances; only two plays had then run longer - Nol Coward's Blithe Spirit and the army comedy, Worm's Eye View.
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Writers Guild gives nod to Mamet

Previous winners include Brooks, Edwards, Wilder

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Drabinsky's hearing gets under way

Former B'way biggie charged with fraud, insider trading

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Backstage: Tsikurishvili, Back In the Laboratory By Jane Horwitz

The Signature Theatre's anniversary concert with Marc Kudisch and Kathie Lee Gifford (third item).

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Arts, Briefly

Compiled by LAWRENCE VAN GELDER
'Jerry Springer': The Furor

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THEATER REVIEW | 'HAROLD & MAUDE: THE MUSICAL'

Youth, Age and Love Now in a Songful Fix By CHARLES ISHERWOOD
"Harold & Maude: The Musical" strains and sputters trying to recapture both the movie's uplifting message and its subversive comic streak.

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Harold & Maude: The Musical

Review By: David Finkle

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Revue on pains of love, loss hurts in weak world premiere BY CHRISTINE DOLEN

If you want an object lesson in how difficult it is to create a new musical, head to the Coconut Grove Playhouse, where Charles Strouse's Real Men is getting a desultory world premiere. Not …

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